Firefighter Cade Nash isn’t afraid of much, but one fear is deep-seated from childhood. The dentist. So, when his sexy new neighbor turns out to be a dentist, he does his best to contain his desire. He has dedicated his life to helping people, so when her car needs a jump, he is happy to help. But, when he breaks his tooth, and Heather offers to fix it, he wants nothing to do with her.
After leaving an abusive marriage, Dr. Heather Holbrook is ready to start a new life in a new city. All she wants is a quiet life, in a quaint neighborhood, and to learn to rely only on herself. A series of events forces Heather to rely on Cade far more than she’s comfortable with, her pull to him undeniable until he does the unthinkable, all in the name of protecting her. Cade would do anything to keep those he loves safe, even if it means using his fists to do it…but when push comes to shove, and he does what it takes to protect what’s his, will Heather be able to forgive him?
This was previously published as Stealing his Fire in Kindle Worlds.
Two shy people… One adult chatroom… A lifetime of love…
All Gavin Nash wants is a nice girl to settle down with, only he’s not the suavest with the ladies. To say he was shy, would be the biggest understatement of the century. During his downtime at the station, he enters a chat room some of his single friends have told him about. He has no idea what to expect, and he certainly didn’t think he’d meet the woman of his dreams. Especially when that woman is the computer geek who lives in the apartment next to his.
Charlotte Harper spends more time on her computer than she does with people, and working from home makes it difficult to socialize, much less meet men and her last relationship ended up ending badly. Of course, there is the sexy firefighter that lives below her, but he barely looks at her when he breezes by, grunting a hello. Not that she does much to catch his attention. So, when she stumbles on an adult chatroom and sees the handle, ‘sexy firefighter’, she has to say hello. As they talk online, they also begin to talk in person, not knowing they are also conversing online. That is until some of their in-person chats mimic those online and when they put two and two together, sparks fly. But when a stalker comes out of the woodwork, will their newfound relationship survive?
When Echo Farren boarded the plane bound for her wedding in her hometown of Lake George, NY she was filled with excitement and joy. That was until she got a text message from her fiancée just as her flight reached cursing altitude that he would not be attending their wedding. To make matters worse, Echo has to find out from a local firefighter who used to be her high school sweetheart that her father is up to eyeballs in debt over this wedding. With only two weeks to go before the big day, Echo does her best to stall, hoping to get her fiancée to either change his mind, or fork over some cash to help her father. Only neither one is going to happen.
Spencer Bryant has been in love with Echo Farren his entire life, but when she made him chose between her and his family, he had to let her go. But now that she was back he was going to do whatever it took to show her that he’s always been the only man for her and that he was the right groom.
Starting over isn’t easy, but sometimes you have to walk through fire to find your hero. Emergency Medical Technician, Renee Nash finally said I do, only to have all her dreams destroyed when her firefighter husband is killed on their wedding night and now she’s forced to rebuild her entire world from scratch. Months later, she still struggles to set foot in Station 29 where she worked side-by-side with her late husband, especially when the new firefighter is a cocky son-of-bitch with an attitude problem.
No one could ever describe Fletcher Cain as anything other than rough around the edges and he would prefer to keep it that way. He’d spent his entire life protecting his heart and soul from the brutality the love and loss. He was damn good at his job. He always had the respect of his team, no matter what station house he ended up at, but he could never quite make them family and that made him an outcast wherever he went. The beautiful and feisty Renee Nash not only can’t stand him, but she’s made his life a living hell and will stop at nothing to have him fired. He’s bound and determined to show her he’s not the enemy, however, he never thought she’d be the one helping to open his heart, and he’d be the one teaching her how to love again.
Morgan Farren, a ranger in the Adirondacks, hasn’t thought much about settling down. He likes his nice quiet life in the mountains where most of his interaction with people limited to those who enjoy the great outdoors as much as he does. However, when his sister shows up with her friend Izzy not only does he find himself questioning life away from civilization, he questions why he chose this path in the first place.
Senior Firefighter, Lizzy Cohen is the kind of woman who likes to party. If she’s not out at a nightclub, she’s not having a good time. And spending time in the great outdoors isn’t her idea of blowing off steam. But when a sexy park ranger starts pointing out the constellations, she finds herself realizing there’s more to life than Tequila.
Dr. Eloise Porter has worked hard to become an emergency medical doctor. She has no time or inclination for romance. Not even for Rick “Edge” Honor, the sexy firefighter/paramedic who has an uncanny ability to make her smile, even on the darkest of days.
Edge doesn’t take no for an answer very often and he doesn’t give up easily. He’s determined to get the sexy Eloise Porter to go out on a date if it’s the last thing he does. It takes some doing, but he finally wears her down. While their budding romance heats up, so does a series of suspicious fires, all targeting urgent care facilities, doctors’ offices, and emergency rooms.
Determined to keep his doctor friend safe, Edge puts himself in the line of fire only to create a perfect storm that will put his life, and hers, in grave danger. He’ll be able to save Eloise, but will he be able to save himself?